Duquesne Law and Pitt Law host IP colloquium

Duquesne University School of Law and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law will host a joint faculty scholarship program, the Three Rivers Intellectual Property Colloquium January 25-26, 2018 at Pitt Law.

Associate Dean Jacob H. Rooksby and Professor Michael Madison of Pitt Law organized the colloquium. The event, open only to faculty, features papers and scholarly projects at all stages of development, from journal articles and book chapters to preliminary project sketches.

Confirmed speakers and commentators include:

  • Mark Bartholomew (University at Buffalo)

  • Dan Brean (University of Akron)

  • Bryan Choi (Ohio State University)

  • Ryan Holte (University of Akron)

  • Jacqui Lipton (University of Pittsburgh)

  • Michael Madison (University of Pittsburgh)

  • Agnieszka McPeak (University of Toledo)

  • Seth Oranburg (Duquesne University)

  • Aaron Perzanowski (Case Western Reserve University)

  • Jacob H. Rooksby (Duquesne University)

  • Dalindyebo Shabalala (University of Dayton)

  • Martin Skladany (Penn State University - Dickinson)

  • Shine (Sean) Tu (West Virginia University)

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